True Happiness Begins in the Mind

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Abraham Lincoln said, “Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” Happiness is a choice, not happenstance. It doesn’t come with material wealth or a “stable” life. It doesn’t come with the perfect spouse or the ideal job.

True happiness is from within. When you really begin to pay attention to yourself, your thoughts, and your reactions, you will realize just how often you choose negativity over happiness. It’s so easy to be miserable, sad, and negative – especially when tough circumstances trigger those emotions. It requires greater effort to be positive. And making that effort consistently can drastically change the quality of your life.

I challenge you to consciously choose everyday how you feel and how you respond. Become acutely aware of what’s happening on the inside of you at every moment. Choose to overcome negative emotions, like fear, anger, sadness, anxiety. Acknowledge when you feel them and then make the conscious decision to work through them at that very same moment they surface. Be present in the moment and guard your thoughts. Strategically search for reasons to be grateful, to be peaceful. Decide to be positive. You control your mind. Your ability to do this effectively affects your spiritual, emotional and physical well being!

Within all of us there is a light at our center called the “solar plexus.” It’s the place where your life energy emanates. Positive energy brightens this light. Negative energy dims it. When this inner light shines brightly you experience health, prosperity, and good relationships. Great opportunities come your way.

But when this light is dim from negativity, you experience dis-ease, disharmony, contention and strife. Like the sun in the sky that gives life to all things on this planet, you need the sun within you to shine bright for vitality, well-being and growth. It’s imperative that you fill your mind with positivity – it creates your happiness.

Don’t seek externally for what must be created internally. Abraham Lincoln is right: If you want to be happy, make up your mind to be so! Be conscious and take purposeful action, and you’ll find that true happiness is much closer than you thought.

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Source by Molesey Knox-Brunson

Prayer (and The Positively Big Deal About It)

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Prayer: It is not only spiritual. It is the ultimate mind development tool. Every night, and every day when I can, I pray. It deepens me. I could put this article under a “spiritual category” and end it right there, but that is where it begins. Prayer in the mental as well as spiritual arsenal is a great thing, the greatest modality I have ever encountered to challenge and develop my mind to higher levels. So, although prayer is known as spiritual mostly, I shall delve into some of those other uses and modalities of prayer here.

In life and if you live a real life, everyone who lives faces a crisis at one time or another and pray then. But, most of the high teachers, including Jesus and Buddha basically say and mean things like “pray and meditate without ceasing” meaning that you cannot just pray when it is “a spiritual time to pray”, pray all the time you can pray and never let up on your forces of prayer and vigilance. That idea there is not exactly mine, it came from many readings of Claude Myron Bristol’s books “The Magic Of Believing” and “TNT: It Rocks The Earth”. His exact idea was that “constant and subtle undying belief is a consistent form of prayer” in a crisis or in a peaceful time without a crisis. In fact, the richest forms of prayer, if we do pay attention come in times of peace and without a crisis when we are paying attention. In fact, attention must be paid if we want prayer and belief to work in our minds and “outside of our minds”. Empty words without emotion, meaning and power do nothing anyhow. Indeed, the big deal about prayer is meaning what we say and following through whether peace or crisis, without that, prayer is just empty action.

In fact, I can say this: Courage is the key to positive prayer, fear is the key to the ultimate curse. Let me explain: The courage to follow through, mean what we say, be consistent and use our power right whatever the appearances may be is power. Fear is the ultimate single and simple weakness that ruins everything to put it how Charles Francis Haanel put it in “The Master Key System”. To go by reality whatever the appearance at the time is the Master Mind, to go purely by appearance and fear is everything else. In this paragraph here is the big deal about positive prayer. The great things are what count, the rest is just the rest. Realize this fully and you will have the Master Mind and understand reality and how to deal with it. After all real faith is conscious, despite appearances, despite what is seeming to happen good or bad, and in reality.

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Source by Joshua Clayton

Proof of the Amazing Power of Your Mind

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Your mind is powerful. Probably a statement you have heard many times. No doubt it is a statement with which you agree. But have you stopped to think about what this might mean in practical terms?

I went to a seminar recently and when I sat down there on the table in front of me (and every other attendee) was a piece of string with a metal washer attached. I was curious as to what it was for. Turns out it was the material for an object lesson, and it taught me something I will never forget.

We were asked to rest our elbows on the table and hold the piece of string with the washer hanging down so that it was several centimetres above the surface of the table. Keeping our hands and arms still we were told to think about the washer swinging from side to side, left to right. To my amazement my washer began to move in response to my thoughts. I quickly had a look at my hand to make sure it was not moving. My hand and arm remained perfectly still.

The washer continued to obey my thoughts as I stopped it, made it swing side to side in the opposite direction (from right to left), then towards and away from me, stopped it again, and made it swing in a circle clockwise, and then finally anti-clockwise. I was amazed. This really blew me away. I had no idea of the immediate physical response my thoughts could manifest. Every other person in the room was also able to make their washer obey their thoughts. Get a washer and a piece of string and have a go yourself – it’s really cool.

It seems that when we think our brain cells vibrate and send off electromagnetic waves. By concentrating on our thoughts we can increase the vibration of the brain cells and thereby increase the strength of the electromagnetic waves sent out. Hence I could make my washer swing in wider and wider circles just by thinking about it.

This is why it is SO important what we think about. Negative thoughts will bring negative emotions and we will start to attract what we don’t want into our lives. I was aware of the importance of thinking positive thoughts and even aware that my thoughts (positive or negative) have a physical consequence in terms of my health and wellness. But prior to doing the exercise with the washer and the string I had not appreciated the direct physical effect of my thoughts on the world around me.

Remember that it works both ways. Positive thoughts send out positive energy and attract the things that I want in my life: health, abundance, peace, love, prosperity.

I assert that “success is a choice” and the basis for this is largely the fact that I can choose what I focus on, thereby choosing my results. The little object lesson with the string and washer brought home to me just how true this is by demonstrating the very direct and powerful effect of our thoughts.

What about you? Will you choose success?

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Source by Suzi Morris

Vegetarianism – Its Role in Mental and Spiritual Development

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It is common to cite the advantages that a vegetarian diet bring to a person’s physical well-being, but relatively little attention has been given to the role of the vegetarian diet in the realm of mental and spiritual development. I would like to share my perspective on this issue.

1) Toxic build-up does not only affect intestines, arteries, kidneys, liver and other organs — it also is bound to affect the nervous system, which is directly related to the functions of the brain. Therefore toxicity is bound to hinder the individual’s capacity to react appropriately to all sorts of external and internal stimuli. Toxicity also must dull one’s efforts to concentrate and to contemplate.

2) Many people believe that the only exhaustion a person may experience is physical body-tiredness. Usually, however, when an individual becomes depressed or confused, by resting or sleeping he or she again feels mentally rejuvenated and clear. Due to physical struggle our bodies develop, and due to mental struggle our minds develop. When that struggle becomes excessive in quantity or duration, then the mind begins desiring to enter into the non-conscious condition during which it rests and gets energy by merging in the unconscious-mind. Poor physical health exhausts the body, destroys the effectiveness of our resting periods, and thus certainly creates an environment in which it is difficult for the mind to rest, in which case the mind’s development becomes stunted.

3) Usually yogis explain to their students that the physical and mental exercises of yoga and meditation are closely related with glandular hormonal secretions, i.e. to increasing, decreasing or balancing the activities of the glands. They therefore encourage students to be vegetarian so that they may better control their glands, and thus better control their minds. Over thousands of years of experimentation yogis found that different foods differently affect the glands, and have categorized them accordingly. (A categorized list follows later.)

4) The same yogis teach that lighter food is easier for digestion, and thus is generally better for meditation or for any other brain work.

5) One’s ability to concentrate or meditate depends to a large extent on the mental strength derived from following one’s conscience. The evils of meat-eating include environmental destruction, harm to one’s own body, the immorality of unnecessarily killing innocent conscious animals, and helping to maintain a global economic imbalance due to the rich nations over-consumption of the expensive foods: meat, fish and eggs.

The conclusion of the yogis regarding the effect of foods on the mind and body is contained in the following well-known list:

SENTIENT FOODS (good for both body and mind): fruit, most vegetables, grains, beans, milk products, nuts, apple vinegar, honey, sugar (in small quantity)

MUTATIVE FOODS (if taken in small quantity neither harmful nor helpful): coffee, tea, caffeinated drinks (like colas), brown chocolate, kelp, brewer’s yeast, hot spices

STATIC FOODS (bad for body or mind or both): meat, fish, eggs, onion, garlic, mushroom, mustard greens, alcohol, tobacco, narcotics and many drugs

The yogis explain that the static foods which are harmful to the mind cause disturbance to the three lowest psycho-spiritual energy centers, called “chakras”. The main chakras are usually categorized as being seven in number, and are related to physical glands. The hormonal secretion of each of the glands affects various human emotions and instincts which are either beneficial or harmful to mental balance and development. The relationship is as follows (the list of emotions is only partial to avoid complication):

When the static foods heat up the three lowest chakras the mind’s balance and concentration is directly disturbed. As a result, both mental and spiritual progress are sharply hindered.

The yogis teach that monks and nuns should eat only sentient foods. Family people should likewise prefer sentient food, but they may consume small amounts of mutative food if they so wish. Everyone should strictly avoid static foods except when compulsorily required for medicinal purpose or in conditions where starvation would otherwise result.

Considering that onion and garlic are generally praised as body cleaners, one may wonder why they are categorized as static. These two foods are affective as cleaners because they are mildly poisonous to the body. When the body tries to quickly reject them, usually other negative elements may be simultaneously expelled. This is not a good method because it causes a large amount of internal heat to be created in the area of the lower glands. It is far better, rather it is positively helpful, to use lemon water or apple cider vinegar in small quantity mixed with water to clean the body. These two sentient cleaners increase alkalinity and help the over-active glands to cool down.

Very little has so far been done in physical laboratories to examine these yogic teachings. On the other hand, as previously mentioned, for thousands of years the relationship of food with mental and spiritual development has been the matter of experimentation by countless individuals working with their own bodies and minds. We may hope that such objective examination is done in the near future. It will be a great service to humanity to clarify these fundamental principles. In the meantime, however, any individual may try for himself or herself, and see the results within a matter of a few weeks.

As such information cannot be objectively justified, we may refer to the large number of famous persons who personally analyzed the relation of food with the body and mind and decided to be vegetarian. The list of such famous people who have publicized their preference for vegetarianism is long indeed. The fact that such highly developed personalities were vegetarian is in itself a statement of the intimate relationship between a subtle diet and a subtle mind. To finish this article I quote a few of these famous people.

Benjamin Franklin, one of America’s foremost leaders in physical science, ethics, social movement and many other fields, became a vegetarian when he was 16 years old. From his diet Franklin understood “greater progress, from that greater clearness of head and quicker apprehension.” He called flesh-eating “unprovoked murder.”

The French philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau said that as meat-eating animals are by nature much more violent than herbivores, so the vegetarian diet generally produces more compassionate people. He even suggested that butchers not be allowed to testify in court or sit on juries.

Because the great Greek mathematician Pythagoras was a vegetarian, so the vegetarian diet is sometimes called the Pythagorean system. He said, “The earth affords a lavish supply of riches, of innocent foods, and offers you banquets that involve no bloodshed or slaughter; only beats satisfy their hunger with flesh.” Pythagoras was known to even pay fishermen to throw their catch back into the ocean.

The essence of a strong mind is to follow one’s conscience, or in other words to be consistent with one’s beliefs. The poet Shelley pointed out that a meat-eater cannot have a strong mind because he is not consistent with his deeper feelings. He said, “Let the advocate of animal food force himself to a decisive experiment on its fitness, and as Plutarch recommends, tear a living lamb with his teeth and, plunging his head into its vitals, slake his thirst with the steaming blood….then, and then only, would he be consistent.”

One of the world’s greatest physicists, Albert Einstein, said, “The vegetarian manner of living, by it’s purely physical effect on the human temperament, would most beneficially influence the lot of mankind.”

The great Renaissance painter, inventor, sculptor and poet Leonardo da Vinci wrote about meat-eaters, “He who does not value life does not deserve it.” He said that the bodies of meat-eaters are nothing other than “burial places”, graveyards for the animals they eat.

Even Adam Smith, the propounder of free-market capitalism, was a vegetarian. He said, “Grain and other vegetables, with the help of milk, cheese, and butter, or oil, where butter is not to be had, afford the most plentiful, the most wholesome, the most nourishing, and the most invigorating diet.”

The Russian author Leo Tolstoy said that by killing animals is “simply immoral,” and that by doing so “man suppresses in himself, unnecessarily, the highest spiritual capacity — that of sympathy and pity towards living creatures lilkle himself — and by violating his own feelings becomes cruel.”

Most Christians believe that their meat-eating is proper because they think that Jesus ate meat. Here we are faced with a trick of translation just to befool people, causing widespread misunderstanding for these 2000 years. Nowhere in the original Greek manuscripts of the Bible is there any reference to Jesus eating meat or encouraging others to eat meat. The words that have been translated as “meat” are such Greek words as “trophe, brome, and phago,” which simply mean “food” or “eating”. The Greek word for “meat or flesh” is “kreas”, which is never used in relation to Christ. Understanding this point, many of the early Christian saints were vegetarian, including St Jerome, St John Chrysostom and St Benedict. Also many early Christian fathers like Clement of Alexandria ate no meat.

Today many Buddhists including even monks and nuns are eating non-vegetarian diets. This is the height of irony when one considers that one of the main thrusts behind the first spread of Buddhism was as reaction to the widely accepted practice of animal slaughter. By and large Buddha stopped this evil by preaching the doctrine of nonviolence.

Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw, who became a vegetarian at an early age, even though many doctors warned him that the diet would finally kill him. When he was an old man, he was asked why he did not go back and show them what good it had done him. He replied, “I would, but they all passed away years ago.” Once someone asked him how it was that he looked so youthful. “I don’t,” Shaw answered. “I look my age. It is the other people who look older than they are. What can you expect from people who eat corpses?” On the relationship between flesh-eating and violence, Shaw wrote:

We pray on Sundays that we may have light

To guide our footsteps on the path we tread;

We are sick of war, we don’t want to fight,

And yet we gorge ourselves upon the dead.

H.G. Wells wrote about vegetarianism becoming the only way of life in his vision of a future world in “A Modern Utopia”. He wrote, “I can still remember as a boy the rejoicings over the closing of the last slaughterhouse.”

Though the realization of Wells’ vision still looks far away, in one way any meat-eater can bring about the end of the slaughterhouse today itself. Because today every house in which flesh is eaten is just like a mini-slaughterhouse. All the humane loving creatures, be they animals, plants or humans pray that a change will come in the meat-eating humans. They pray that those meat-eaters, whose digestive systems squirm with the extreme unnaturalness of their barbaric habit, will embrace the lifestyle based on fruits, vegetables and other natural elements. And each time even one barbaric human opts for becoming civilized and shutting down his or her own personal slaughterhouse — the world rejoices.

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Source by Dada Dharmavedananda

Telepathy and Telepathic Psychics

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A telepath is a psychic who possesses the ability to sense the thoughts of others and know what someone else is thinking. This kind of psychic ability is similar to empathy, which is when a psychic is able to sense what someone else is feeling. Telepathy focuses on the inner thoughts of the mind, while empathy focuses on the instinctual “gut” feelings of the body. Telepathy is usually discovered at an early age, usually during childhood.

Telepathy works such that it is always easier to sense the thoughts of those who are closest to you physically. In other words, the nearer somebody is, the clearer their thoughts will be. On the other hand, if someone is farther away, it will take a greater effort to reach them telepathically. The same is true with emotional distance. If a psychic is spiritually or emotionally close to someone, it will require less effort to sense their thoughts, even if they are physically a great distance away.

Telepathy is a unique psychic ability because a telepathic interaction can have a sender, and a receiver. This is rare, and is unlike most other psychic abilities. For a telepathic interaction of this kind, both individuals must be able to communicate telepathicly. The sender will focus their mind on the thoughts they wish to send and will then direct this energy to the psychic receiving the telepathic communication.

To be able to do this successfully, telepathic psychics practice exercises such as alpha-state breathing, lucid meditation, and deep concentration exercises.

Alpha-state breathing is an exercise where the psychic practices slow, controlled breathing for extended periods of time. This is done in order for the mind to enter it’s alpha state, in which the mind is focused, alert, and open. When a psychic uses telepathy, they should be in this state of mind.

Lucid meditation is actually a common yoga practice. It involves relaxed, passive meditation during which the individual is fully awake and fully aware. During lucid meditation, a psychic will allow their mind to wander freely, focusing and contemplating at will. Lucid meditation lets a psychic’s mind to explore the channels of energy immediately surrounding it.

Lastly, a telepathic psychic will practice concentration exercises. This is done to help telepathic communication, as strong concentration is required to direct one’s thoughts to another person. To practice concentration, a psychic will choose something to direct energy at, such as a candle flame, and practice sending energy to that point.

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Source by Matt Coleman

Neuroplasticity – Harnessing the Brain’s Reorganizing Ability

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In seeking solutions to complex and even abstract situations, generally we seek through the same plateau of shallow intelligence, which, by default, limits in-sight of advance nature. Conversely, functioning through a level of brain activity which promotes intelligence growth, is surly the wisest route. The question arises: how do we access and develop this potential of enhanced brain function for everyday use?

Growth of human intelligence is said to “level off” on reaching around age twenty. This age is generally when our stored or conditioned environmental mind-sets and indoctrinated belief patterns become the dominating thought force – when crystalized mental images have imprinted in our brain as personality and range of limitation or ability.Thus, by experiential association, these subjective templates join-up to comprise accepted life-style behaviour, perceptions and mood-anxiety states.

Due to this “levelling off” of intelligence growth, our life feels as if running on fixed mental programming over which we have no control. But, such “levelling-off” of intelligence production need not be the continuing situation. The reality is, through the brain’s reorganizing ability, we can reactivate this stalled intelligence process at any time, regardless of age, for, consciousness development adheres to no limitation or age determinant, for its expression.

Known also as human growth hormone, this innate intelligence lies in abundance within the Pineal gland in the centre of the brain awaiting reactivation. I say reactivation, because, it is this gland – through non activity — which is responsible for halting production of the intelligence hormone on our reaching late adolescence. To off-set this creative intelligence deficit, a natural remedying technique, of putting the Pineal gland back to work for maximum brain potential, is the obvious solution.

The practicalities of reactivation should therefore be a means of realigning the brain with a restructuring dynamic, whereby, through the plasticity of brain stretching, new neural pathways are formed, thus bringing about expansion of consciousness and greater ability of comprehension, through advance intelligence.

While the term transcending has been with mankind for centuries, science, relatively recently, is now putting this phenomenon into relatable language, calling it neuroplasticity through neurogenesis.

Neuroplasticity is a natural brain stretching function to facilitate production of new intelligence, and, neurogenesis is the term to describe formation of new nerve cells, referred to as neurotransmitters – brain links or triggers for clicking into the dormant wealth of natural creative happiness or genius-status.

In creating new neural pathways, the brain is then in the process of bringing about general body healing and well-being restoration, plus, creating coherence or enhanced communication throughout the entire brain.

Known colloquially as “use it or lose it”, scientifically this expression is termed synaptic pruning: a process where some neural connections or past experiences, become strengthened through use — through conscious living familiarity — while others die, through non use. The imperative being: creating new neural pathways in the brain for on-going consciousness or intelligence development by means of focused awareness or mindfulness.

The Remedy

In meditation, what some regard as a problem — the inability of staying focused – is actually a blessing in disguise. For, such is the progress dynamic, the modus operandi of initiating neroplasticity, neurogenesis, in the brain.

It works like this. Unable to place a physical weight on the brain like on a gymnasium bar, to exercise the brain, we use instead the mind’s habit of drifting in meditation as the weight. Each aware drift followed by a subtle conscious coming back to our focal point of attention for restart — such as a mantra — is thus pushing the brain weight.

Putting this into further meditational context, it is an established fact, that, the secret of learning a musical instrument – or anything new — is spaced repetition. In meditational terms, this spaced repetition of starting and restarting after each wandering, initiates neuroplasticity activity, thereby, neurogenesis capacity. In other words, by regular restarts in meditation, the brain’s ability of becoming focus-familiar creates the impetus for new neural pathways to establish in the brain.

Here, the “instrument” can be a new language, project, hobby, sporting achievement or even a relationship – something or someone we give ourselves to totally. So long as our “new” whatever involves daily spaced repetition, or attention, then the brain is creating new neural pathways of a creative nature, in this area.

This is why having as many happy, pleasant personal experiences as possible, is pivotal. The more pleasant the mental imprint of the experienced moment, the greater does our happiness bank swell. In this context, regular engagement of happiness is what brings about a natural integration or elimination of unpleasant memories, or, synaptic pruning. In other words, through non use, the imprint of engraved non desirable habits, become erased. Thus, by establishing natural happiness within consciousness, inner and outer happiness is lived spontaneously.

If we never take up music or a new project or language, meditation therefore becomes the easily available instrument of retraining the brain, of opening the Pineal gland whereby neuroplasticity and neurogenesis become active dynamics. This is the process of producing more gray matter, hence, new creative channels in the brain.

Think of a pebble dropped in to a still lake and the ensuing ripples. Such is the mantra effect in meditation for initiating neuroplasticty in the brain, and for the transformation of consciousness.

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Source by Raymond Patrick Phelan

The Power of Subconscious Mind: Let It Take Over You

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“We must realize that the subconscious mind is the law of action and always expresses what the conscious mind has impressed on it. What we regularly entertain in our mind creates a conception of self. What we conceive ourselves to be, we become.” – Grace Speare

“The unconscious mind of man sees correctly even when conscious reason is blind and impotent.” – Carl Jung

“Every person is the creation of himself, the image of his own thinking and believing. As individuals think and believe, so they are.” – Claude M. Bristol

The human mind is more profound than what we have imagined. The power of subconscious mind can bring us to the equilibrium that we have envisioned. Do you ever wonder how unfair life is to some and how impossibly good life is to others? We see many people work as hard as they can but they seem to be stuck in one step of the ladder and never able to reach the top. Meanwhile, there are others who did not even sweat a single drop but reached their aspirations. These examples are not that much of a shock. But you have also met people who are not that much of a good friend to others, yet have been given many opportunities in life. There are also those people who are the kindest in the world yet receive fewer chances in life.

Success in life comes from more than just mere positive thinking. Even positive thinking itself is not enough evidence of pure mindset positivity. The power of the subconscious is way beyond positive thinking… It is believing. The reason why it can bring you to success is that the subconscious part of the brain can enable you to aspire, believe that aspiration, and eventually allowing your “believing” makes your aspiration come true. To give you better understanding regarding this matter, let me simplify to you the steps on how to put the power of your subconscious to action:

1. Believe

This is the foundation of what the actions that the power of your subconscious mind can do. Let there be coordination between you and your subconscious mind. Allow yourself to cooperate with your subconscious mind. When your subconscious mind tells you to succeed, try hard to go with it. This way, you desire, and you believe your desire.

2. Mold your mind

Mold your mind to believe what you want to happen. Make it a habit. This way, you are practicing your subconscious mind to continue working. Also, this way your subconscious would be in control.

3. Try to increase the power of your mind

Increasing the power of your mind will allow you to be controlled by your subconscious mind. How can you do that? There are many ways to increase the power of your subconscious mind, or your mind alone. Problem solving is one example. Solve problems while you are not under any pressure. Just allow yourself to think. One example of problem solving is answering your own questions. Think beyond the usual rationality of man. Think deep and imaginative thoughts. Expand your level of reasoning. Both thinking and feeling are all fruits of the mind. We are how we think we are. The subconscious mind tells us what to do, but the conscious mind might contradict it.

Bring your subconscious mind to life and you’ll be able to keep track of your life. It is hard to do it sometimes. But if you allow the power of your subconscious mind to train your conscious mind, there would be nothing impossible to achieve.

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Source by Asim Bawany

Idea and Impact

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The human mind is one of the most important organs in our body. Scholars define mind as the set of cognitive faculties, including consciousness, perception, thinking, judgment, and memory. It is also defined as the faculty of an entity’s thought and consciousness. An average person needs to understand that it is the mind which cultivates initial input and translates into many constructive and destructive ideas. What conspires and transpires in the human mind that an individual’s life revolves around it decisively. The decision which could be profitable, or damaging is subjective. However, objective analysis will explore the parameters of its boundaries to constrain the volatility of mind and motives.

Though the subject by itself is quite exhaustive in nature, however, I am touching its expansive nature peripherally. This concise and conclusive topic, highlights not only the salient features, but also the hidden information within its meaning and concepts. It also needs to comprehend its roots and source of concept benefitting humanity. To achieve the above, we need to explore the creation reality and purpose. It will help individual and society constructively, thereby, giving birth to a maturity and humility among masses.

This is the beginning of life in this materialistic world, yet, it needs to travel spiritually within this existence. The creation is a continuous process through different realms prior to reaching a destination which could be good or bad depending on an individual’s performance. This culminating point is again limited to one particular realm. The Creator’s plans and executions of creations is a continuous process on a predetermined path.

The journey commences in a simple way, but develops desires which are tangible or tacit. It means probing within the mental agility will explore implicit happenings. However, tangibility needs physical touch and feel. Point to ponder is that tangibility leans towards perception. Hence, it is some reality, but not total reality. Here, the impact comes into play, which on its own perception can be deep-rooted or peripheral depending upon mind’s growth.

Carol S. Dweck, a psychologist on the faculty at Stanford University, proposed mindset theory to understand the effects of the beliefs that individuals hold for the nature of intelligence. It is also stated that mindset is divided in two segments; one is fixed and the other is growth. The fixed mindset relies on feedback, whereas the growth corresponds to success. Thus, the scholars evaluate the thoughts and impacts accordingly based on the what avenues it is left open to debate and discussion.

It is said that everyone is responsible to understand of their own mind through introspection. Others can only evaluate or read subjectively depending upon what is being revealed either directly or indirectly. Although the ‘thought’ that generates valuable information is subjectively inclined yet to objectively show powerful impact. Hence, these are two sides of the same coin. The impact correspondingly sways and surges within these parameters with its limitations. However, when broader values and new vistas are open then it travels into expansive territories revealing mind-boggling meanings and concepts.

The arguments revolve around thoughts prior to associating with impacts. If the thoughts are powerful then it shows profound impact and leaves a successful trail for people to reflect upon it. Otherwise, it gets relegated into some corner of memories eventually diminishes leaving no traces.

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Source by Ehtesham Mirza

The Secret To Psychic Ability Is In Brainwave Entrainment

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There is a secret to accessing your inherent psychic ability and yes, there is plenty of evidence that psychic abilities do exist and just like any other ability or skill in life, can be developed.

It’s all about brainwave frequency.

The secret passageway, to developing your psychic ability, lies in the alpha brainwave frequency.

This brainwave state is a slow, high amplitude frequency that lies between 14 and 7 hertz or cycles per second, and is believed to be where you need to be to connect with the “otherside, the universe, your source, spirit guide, angels, God…”

Your normal everyday state of mind has to be calmed down enough to access the state of alpha, which is essential to developing your psychic ability.

It has been said that our spirit guides hang out at the alpha wave frequency as an intermediate place where we can communicate with them and them with us.

Why Brainwave Entrainment Can Help Develop Psychic Ability

  • Entrainment can slow down the mind quickly, efficiently, and easily putting you in the driver’s seat.
  • Brainwave entrainment uses audio pulses, as a repeated rhythmic stimulus, to induce your brain to entrain or follow the frequency of alpha wave.
  • When alpha wave is applied, two regions of the brain, conducive to psychic ability, are stimulated. These regions are the amygdhala and the anterior cingulated cortex. Isochronic tones, the strongest form of entrainment, are particularly successful in entraining these areas to rhythms that promote psychic development.
  • Brainwave entrainment facilitates a more rapid development of psychic ability than conventional methods like meditation. Specialized sessions will lead your brain to the same brainwave frequencies that you access during meditation, give the same benefits, only faster and deeper. When meditating the conventional way, it is very hard to maintain a constant alpha wave for very long. With a brainwave synchronizing recording, the alpha wave stays consistent, taking you to a deeper state of consciousness, for a longer period of time.
  • You’ll be in an altered state of consciousness for a greater period of time, exposing yourself to other dimensions, and communication, for a longer period of time.
  • The results of the listening to the recording are lasting, if used regularly over a few months,because new neural pathways are developed in your gray matter, changing what kind of electrochemicals you call on, putting you into a different state.

Psychic ability used to be viewed as something magical, something unattainable by normal humans and a secret held only by mystics and shamans.

The secret to accessing that world, is really just about frequency.

You have to be tuned to the right “station” in order to make contact.

Otherwise, you’re just talking to yourself.

Yes, psychic ability is still mysterious but is now recognized at a phenomena or a sense, that exceeds our usual five senses, and is used by World governments, the FBI and CIA, for espionage and crime investigations, on a regular basis.

It doesn’t have to be unattainable to you anymore.

Use the secret, and open that amazing door.

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Source by Wanina Petlock

Persuasive Techniques – How to Brainwash Customers With Mind Control Techniques

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Because the tools of Persuasion are so incredibly powerful, Internet marketers have begun to give this area of study a lot of attention. Many marketers are searching for any and all techniques that they can use to brainwash their customers. In this article, I am going to teach you the exact mind control techniques that are so powerful, that your customers will be foaming at the mouth to get their hands on your product.

The association principle is extremely powerful. In fact, I can tell you that it has had a big affect on me numerous times. Many marketers use the association principle by showing you their big house and really expensive sports cars in their sales letters and sales videos. They do this because they want you to associate having a big house and expensive sports cars with their product. They want your mind to make this connection: “If I buy this product, then I too will be able to get a big house and expensive sports cars.”

The association principle is so incredibly powerful that customers do not even know what is going on. In order to use it properly, you want your customers to associate the best possible outcomes with your product. Show pictures of the tangible specific results that your product produces and then tell the customers that you were able to get these results by using this product. It really is pretty simple and it works like a charm.

The next principle that you must learn to brainwash your customers: people buy things based off emotions, not rational logic. You can talk all day long about all the rational and logical reasons about why your product is a good choice, but the most powerful buttons to push are emotional. When the right emotional buttons are pressed, all logic and rational thinking vanishes and the customer will beg, borrow, and steal to get the money for your product.

In order to use the emotional principle effectively, you must explore the emotions of your prospective customer. What makes them tick? What do they want from your product and life in general? If you can push the right emotional hot buttons, the customers will lose their ability to think rationally about the purchase.

Additionally, you must learn to use these two principles together. When using the association principle, make sure that the ideal outcomes are pushing the right emotional hot buttons. This is extremely powerful and it will produce astounding results. However, because this stuff is so powerful, I urge you to use these tools ethically.

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Source by Adam Sorenson